Partnerships are critical to the operations of United Way of Pierce County. We rely on many local organizations to help create sustainable solutions to the problems our community faces. Through a collaborative commitment to LIVE UNITED, we are creating a community vision and building teamwork among leading companies, organizations and individuals throughout Pierce County. Consolidating our efforts enables us to better address critical human service issues through more than 60 nonprofit agencies providing over 100 different programs.
Thanks to the support of our Board of Directors, Tocqueville Society Members, Sponsors, Loaned Executives, Partner Agencies, Premiere Partners and Community Partners, United Way is able to educate and create awareness about the most pressing human services issues in Pierce County. That education and awareness helps build and strengthen relationships with new and long-time partners through the gifts of time, talent, products and money.
We thank all of our partners for taking a stand to LIVE UNITED.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
At United Way of Pierce County, partnerships are vital to what we do. Volunteers are responsible for making key decisions within the organization including how your gift is invested. Many of our key volunteers serve on our Board of Directors.
TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY MEMBERS
Pierce County is fortunate to have a group of extremely dedicated individuals looking to make long-term changes in the health and well-being of our community. These donors make generous commitments of time, talent and treasure to United Way of Pierce County. Their gifts of $10,000 or more annually qualify them to be members of the Tocqueville Society (both locally and nationally).
At United Way of Pierce County, we pride ourselves on making the best use of our donor dollars. Our organization is one of the most cost-effective nonprofits in the country. One way we do that is by funding all of our events through the generous sponsorships of companies throughout Pierce County. Thanks to all the kind sponsors who support the United Way mission, year after year.
A Loaned Executive (LE) is an employee whose company “loaned’ him or her to United Way to work with the community during the campaign. Their role is to assist campaign coordinators in planning and implementing a successful employee campaign, educating about human service needs of Pierce County and answering questions about United Way of Pierce County and its efforts in the community.
United Way of Pierce County works with human service agencies throughout the area to meet the needs of the most vulnerable people and to work toward resolving the toughest issues affecting the community. Like every United Way in America, community volunteers make funding decisions independently and locally.
Funded partners can access the E-C Impact interface at https://agency.e-cimpact.com.
Access Agency Link at http://uwconnect.uwpc.org/agencylink
United Way of Pierce County collaborates with hundreds of businesses to make Pierce County a better place to live. Those who make extraordinary and wide-ranging contributions to our community are recognized as our Premiere Partners. Their quality workplace campaigns, community service, in-kind support and sponsorship help create opportunities for a good life for all.